FAO Yearbook: Fishery Statistics - Commodities 2001: 93 (FAO Fisheries)

FAO Yearbook: Fishery Statistics - Commodities 2001: 93 (FAO Fisheries)

Titulo del libro: FAO Yearbook: Fishery Statistics - Commodities 2001: 93 (FAO Fisheries)

Número de páginas: 219 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: September 23, 2003

ISBN: 9250049552

Editor: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

FAO Yearbook: Fishery Statistics - Commodities 2001: 93 (FAO Fisheries)

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